"Not now as my son is older but I was a stay at home dad when he was a similar age until he was three. Generally I coped fine although the lack of adult interaction gets a bit wearing after a time. My biggest problem was connecting with other…"
"I have somewhat of a baby-face. I'm fortunate in that I can grow a reasonable amount of facial hair so I have a full beard/moustache which helps a lot.
If your genetics don't allow for that then clothing and attitude go a long way to…"
"So, in essence, you're saying that it's ok to ignore the law of the land of you believe it runs counter to God's law.
Because there seem to be a lot of Islamic extremists holding a very similar view."
"Personally, I would say the two are compatible. I would class myself as a Zen Atheist.
However, some of what you are describing borders on 'magical thinking'. There is nothing in Zen as far as I know it that claims to be able to influence…"
"I think it's just coincidence. I've had a full beard for 12 years and over that time my chest hair has spread down to my stomach but that's just age. The same would have happened if I'd shaved for the whole time."
It's just seems natural that Art of Manliness should have a barbershop group. My intent of this group is to gather and share general thoughts and experiences concerning barbershops. Anything from a good barbershop that you have found to pictures and stories of shops you have visited to discussing anything barbershop. See More
"I found the full thing - It's a Gough Whitlam remark
"When Sir Winton Turnbull was raving and ranting on the adjournment and shouted: "I am a Country member". I interjected "I remember". He could not understand why, for…"
"1. carry a pocket knife
Not for me - as at least one other respondent has said, outside the US it can be seen as a weapon. However for camping/fishing it's a must
2. pee standing up
Of course! It's one of the greatest things about being a…"
"NYC attitude doesn't extend to just being flat out wrong all the time. Then deciding other people are at fault for calling him out on it. If we cannot take him at his word, how can we know when he is serious, and when we need to be…"
"I'm not defending anything. Much less blindly. We have different perspectives on it. As Will pointed out long ago, I don't take him literally. You do. I let unimportant shit like that slide. I blew up his support staff's comms over…"
"Liam, I too see a pattern of troubling behavior. It goes something like this.
1. Trump: [confident statement of good results, the best/biggest win ever].
2. Other people: no, actually here's some data/facts on that.
3. Trump: Someone gave me…"
""IIRC he was talking Republican wins."Not until he was called out on the data. It was an unqualified statement until the Reporter pointed it out. And even then, he was wrong. Is it a silly thing? Yes of course - on its own. Just like…"